These are all the posts that have been tagged with market.
Dried fruit, nuts and seeds producer Whitworths has launched Bright Little Nuts, a range of single serve nut packs created for children aged 5+.
Recently, I visited Packaging Innovations at Olympia in London, to see what new developments the sector is working on for confectionery, bakery and snack products.
Euro Food Brands, the official distributor of the Hershey Company products, has revealed it will be supplying a new range of Reese’s branded Christmas products to UK retailers this year.
Mondelēz International-owned brands Cadbury Curly Wurly and Cadbury Picnic are entering the medium-sized bagged confectionery market with the launch of Curly Wurly Squirlies and Cadbury Picnic Bites.
Blue Diamond Growers is introducing a new 2oz snack bag to its Nut-Thins product portfolio in three varieties: sea salt, cheddar cheese and sriracha.
Matt Pye, vice president of trade relations and corporate affairs at Just Born Quality Confections, discusses distribution growth, packaging challenges and the so-called demonisation of sugar.
Mint brand Trebor is launching its Softmints product in a pot format in the UK.
Mondelēz International has launched Cadbury Crunchy Melts – crunchy chocolate chip cookies with a soft melting centre – to the UK market.
UK-based, nutritional snack brand Pulsin is launching a new range of Porridge Oat Bars this September.
It seems like only yesterday I wrote my blog about the fight against sugar, but it was in fact last month, and the issue is still not going away, particularly in the UK.
Ferrero’s Tic Tac brand is adding a tropical twist to its flavour-changing Mixers range, Coconut to Pineapple.
Bite UK, the retail arm from the stable of Eurostar Commodities, has introduced a new Pure Bite range of rice, nut and coconut baked snack clusters
Some 155 exhibitors descended on Vienna, Austria, for the biennial Snackex trade show and conference from 21-22 June. Katie Smith reports.
Plamil sales and marketing manager Julian Lucas talks about the chocolate company’s free from products and why the trend is here to stay.